Since Jahvon Quinerly announced his transferring from the Villanova Wildcats basketball program April 3rd, he has been corned by interest and offers from various schools.
The Wildcat freshman guard played 25 games during the 2018-’19 season for Villanova, averaging 9.1 minutes and 3.2 points per game.
Quinerly was named a 2018 McDonald’s All-American after his freshman year in high school and the amount of playing time he received this season at Villanova could be a major role in his decision to transfer.
In a tweet released by Jeff Borzello, Quinerly identifies hearing from various schools including Arkansas, Alabama, Pittsburgh, SMU, Wake Forest, Colorado, Florida State, Cincinnati, Baylor, Oregon and the Big Ten Conference’s very own Nebraska Cornhuskers under the new direction of Fred Hoiberg.
Villanova transfer Jahvon Quinerly tells ESPN he’s heard from Arkansas, Alabama, Pittsburgh, SMU, Wake Forest, Colorado, Florida State, Nebraska, Cincinnati, Baylor, Oregon and several others.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) April 21, 2019
A new set of recruits in both incoming freshman and transfers could serve well to go along with Nebraska’s changing of the guard.
While Quinerly has not shown huge interest to any of the teams that have reached out to him, BT Powerhouse will keep you updated on his decision process, narrowing of schools and ultimately where he will take his talents next season.